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136: Lessons Learned In The Year Since The Death Of Elaine Herzberg

On March 18, 2018, one of Uber's autonomous test vehicles struck and killed a pedestrian named Elaine Herzberg as she crossed a street in Tempe, Arizona. In the year since the first fatality caused by an autonomous vehicle a lot has changed in the sector, both internally at developers and in public perceptions of the technology. Alex, Kirsten and Ed look back at the tragic event and tumultuous aftermath and discuss what went wrong and what we can learn from the incident.

137: How Cities and Companies Collaborate On New Mobility

135: The Autonocast's SXSW Panel On Automated Driving Terminology